The Sith have Grand Plans and the like, and in particular specific Sith all seems to have some overarching goals even if they do not always mesh perfectly with other Sith's goals.
The Jedi meanwhile do not really seem to be driven to complete some overarching design. They always talk about "bringing balance to the force"; Which to them means specifically kill everyone who uses the force in a way the Jedi don't like. But you do not even often see them actively hunting Sith, instead waiting for one to reveal itself and challenge them or waiting for "The Chosen One" to come and do it for them.
The Jedi have refereed to themselves as peacekeepers, but then they are also very obliviously warriors and specifically Yoda once said that a jedi should not even attempt to prevent the death of others. So they do not object to death, do they object to the chaos of war? Do they object to tyranny (anakin did not seem to think that a tyrant was antithetical to the jedi way, and Obi Wan did not use any jedi philosophy argument to argue with him about it)? Other than not wanting a Sith to rule the universe do they have a preference to how it is run?
They almost seem like they believe just letting whatever happens happen. It is the duty to kill Sith, if they know of one, but sometimes that seems to be as close as they seem to come to wanting to consciously shape events.
Do the Jedi have some overarching plan for the universe or even themselves? Or are they like some sort of extreme nihilist crossed with a Buddhist, who views shaping existence as an inherently evil or worthless affair?